5G top download speeds in Bahrain exceeding 2 Gbps

The average speeds of 5G technology reach approximately 440 Mbps

  
An advertising board shows a 5G logo at the International Airport in Zaventem, Belgium May 4, 2020.

An advertising board shows a 5G logo at the International Airport in Zaventem, Belgium May 4, 2020.

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5G download speeds reach a maximum of 2 Gbps in Bahrain, according to the Telecommunications Regulatory Authority (TRA) of Bahrain 2020 report on the country’s mobile network quality of service. The average speeds of 5G technology reach approximately 440 Mbps.
 
Commenting on the report, Eng Mohamed Alnoaimi, TRA’s Director of Technical & Operations stated: “Preparing for the introduction of the latest mobile technologies is one of the most important strategic objectives of TRA. TRA has worked with the Ministry of Transportation and Telecommunications and all relevant government entities to facilitate the launch of 5G services and to make the Kingdom of Bahrain one of the first countries to cover the population of Bahrain with 5G technologies, as it is easily available to citizens and residents.”
 
“The Audit showed the results of coverage, billing accuracy, and quality of service in general for all wireless Internet services and the results of 5G networks in particular. The Audit results are considered a quantum leap in data download and upload speeds and quick response, especially with regards to the 5G services section. This is part of the kingdom’s efforts to make it an attractive center for investment maintaining its leading position regionally and internationally in telecommunications and information technology services,” he said.
 
“We must commend the role of telecommunications companies that have invested in these technologies and provided them to consumers in the Kingdom of Bahrain, enabling them to access multiple Internet services efficiently at better speeds,” he added.
 
The Audit highlights mobile coverage, service efficiency, and billing. It also covers quality of service, consumer experience, testing download, upload, latency, various Social Media Apps, and webpage navigation, showcasing the evolution of networks of all three MNOs currently offering 5G technology. -- TradeArabia News Service

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